Posts by scrnjakovic

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scrnjakovic
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@magethemes sure is, that sucks :S What are the fees?

288 posts
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scrnjakovic
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Hey Mimi,

Thanks for your answer. So basically, there are no benefits of registering through Envato? Fees are the same?

Thanks!

288 posts
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scrnjakovic
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Hey guys,

I’d like to apply for Payoneer card, but I can’t find any info on fees. My sister has Payoneer card because she sells photos on Stocksy, so what I want to know is what are the differences/benefits of applying through Envato rather than my sisters referral link? If I apply with her link, we’ll both get $20 or $25.

Thanks!

288 posts
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  • Located in Serbia
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scrnjakovic
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I completely agree with you about security. On the other hand, company that shuts your dropplet down because you’ve been using same CC, which was actually company’s credit card, on two accounts before letting you know is anything but professionall! Seriously, shut down the service and then ask questions?

288 posts
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  • Located in Serbia
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scrnjakovic
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I’ve read many complaints regarding droplets being shut down without any prior notice, awful & unprofessional support, security holes etc. Another major turn off for me is that DO allows minecrafts. So basically, you can just cross your fingers and hope no miner lands on your node, otherwise you’ll almost certainly experience performance degradation.

Just my 2 cents

288 posts
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scrnjakovic
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Dear. This is old but I think it’s useful for you. I am using $20/m pack, and with this pack, you can run only about 3-4 demo sites for themes. More site can make it down (I mean down time). About locking down a droplet, maybe we must check all scripts that are running. If have one scam or fraud script, your droplet may be locked down.

That’s why you use nginx instead of Apache :)

288 posts
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scrnjakovic
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I know it’s two months old, but I thought someone would find vultr useful. It’s also cheap but much better than DO.

You can check out this post for more info.

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scrnjakovic
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I mean that software built on top of a framework which works only as extension for PHP is not useful for someone on shared hosting as he’s not able to load extensions for PHP. :)

You’d probably be asking for trouble. At the moment, customers have problems with wrong purchases. They are buying an html template thinking it is a WordPress theme. If people are prone to making errors like this, then the chances that they will never read your specs where you mention a specific PHP extension is required to run the code, will be a support nightmare.

Rule of thumb is, most customers are not tech savy so your product has to work right off the bat starting with the least common denominator.

Not exactly what you wanted to hear I suppose, friends ? :P

True that, I agree but on the other hand I don’t think anyone should be upset about those customers who purchase things without reading the description. Even the marketplace agreement says that buying the wrong item does not make you liable for refund. But then again, if someone does not read description, he probably hasn’t read the agreement either. Those people have bigger problem than it looks like. One day they will want to sign up for for something, a credit for an example, and they’ll sign a contract without even reading it, which will cost them much more than 50 bucks. It’s plain stupid. :P

The software I’ve planned to develop would probably be targeted towards people with some tech knowledge, authors for an example, rather than non-techy guys.

And what about you, do you have your own server/VPS or shared?

By the way, friends :P

288 posts
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scrnjakovic
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We have several of our own servers that we manage in house. What do you mean by something that would be useful?

I mean that software built on top of a framework which works only as extension for PHP is not useful for someone on shared hosting as he’s not able to load extensions for PHP. :)

288 posts
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scrnjakovic
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I recently moved from shared hosting to VPS because I discovered a great framework written in C as an extension for PHP.

So I was curious how many of you are managing your own server and would it pay off to develop something that will be useful only to someone who has it’s own server?

If you reply, thanks for feedback, if not – you’re not my friend anymore. :P

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